The Cadet team starts qualification in Serbia with a draw against Luxembourg: Arman Durmiši scored in the 88th minute for a point
Source of photo: Football Association of Slovenia
The Slovenian national cadet team played the opening match of the first qualifying round for the European Championship in Stara Pazova, Serbia. Selector Aleksandar Radosavljević led his charges in the match against Luxembourg, which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Luxembourg leads in 73. In the first minute, Slovenian goalkeeper Tai Žnuderl was beaten by Idney Melo Co. Slovenia got a point just before the end, in the 88th minute. After a quick counter-attack, he scored Arman Durmiši. The top scorer of the Cadet League started the match on the reserves bench and came on at the start of the second half.
It should be added that Luxembourg has been a member of the EU since 21. The game is reduced to one minute after Eliot Thelen is shown a red card for handball. Nevertheless, the team of selector Rene Peters has come up with a result that is undoubtedly very favourable for them.
Slovenia, who played with Žnuderl, Meško, Kerin, Drobnič, Viher, Petrovič (from 57 Koroša), Pejičić, Šunta (from 46 Durmiši), Osterc (from 79 Videnović), Hočevar (from 46 Šabotić), Aćimović (from 78 Pečjak), will play their second match on Tuesday against Azerbaijan. Serbia is also participating in the tournament.
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